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Christopher Dostal
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Photogrammetric texture mapping: A method for increasing the Fidelity of 3D models of cultural heritage materials
C Dostal, K Yamafune
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 18, 430-436, 2018
642018
Recording, publishing, and reconstructing wooden shipwrecks
F Castro, C Bendig, M Bérubé, R Borrero, N Budsberg, C Dostal, ...
Journal of Maritime Archaeology 13, 55-66, 2018
182018
Integrating digital and conventional recording techniques for the documentation and reconstruction of an 18th-Century wooden ship from Alexandria, VA
G Grieco, P Fix, C Kennedy, J Herbst, L Shultz, R Borrero, C Dostal
Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage 16, e00136, 2020
42020
Laser scanning as a methodology for the 3-D digitization of archaeological ship timbers: a case study using the World Trade Center Shipwreck
CM Dostal
32017
Computer Graphics for Archaeology
F Castro, C Dostal
Visual Computing for Cultural Heritage, 3-21, 2020
12020
Improving the Final Atmospheric Seal of Conserved Archaeological Iron from Marine Sites
C Dostal
2024
Metal Objects Were Much Desired: A Sixteenth-Century Shipwreck Cargo off the Coast of Esposende (Portugal) and the Importance of Studying Ship Cargos
TM Casimiro, C Dostal, F Castro, A Almeida, I Magalhães, E Teixeira, ...
Journal of Maritime Archaeology 19 (1), 23-40, 2024
2024
X-Ray fluorescence as a method of characterizing inorganic pigment patterns in the work of Julian Onderdonk
C Dostal
Heliyon 9 (10), 2023
2023
Note de recherche. Shipwrecked at Land’s End: The Gaspé Maritime Archaeology Project 2022 Field Season
C Kennedy, C Dostal
Archéologiques, 17-33, 2023
2023
X-Ray Fluorescence as a Method of Characterizing Inorganic Pigment Patterns in Art
CM Dostal
2015
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